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JimR

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  1. Odd, I get NUL If the owner of this video has granted you access, please sign in.
  2. 575 shows up in the Wheatstone ledgers in 1843. If it is a Wheatstone.
  3. Am I the only one who thinks the Holmwood fretwork looks like Trilobite fossils? I mean this in the best way, of course.
  4. I too have a Hohner D40, and before the ins and outs got the best of me, I noticed that the Hohners have one difference as compared to the Wheatstone button layout, at least the images I could locate. on the left hand, on the G row, button 1 is g / d, as opposed to b / a (push / pull).
  5. Today, watching Wagon Train, "The Abel Weatherly story", an actor "plays" an Anglo on ship. Grainy screenshot below.
  6. Pledged as well. Looking forward to hearing it.
  7. JimR

    Bazza12

    You should re-post this into Dowright's Datina Lachenal Concertinas thread here: Dating Lachenal Concertinas - Serial Numbers/Descriptions Dowright is looking for all the Lachenal concertina information he can find.
  8. I thought I had read a similar discussion before. Search returned this thread: https://www.concertina.net/forums/index.php?/topic/18108-action-board-holes-flare-out-why/&tab=comments#comment-172827 which includes a link to an even earlier thread on the question.
  9. I see that you have posted your pictures to the Buy & Sell forum. Apologies.
  10. Sorry, but I cannot see any images using Firefox on Win10.
  11. This morning I was watching Rawhide, Season 5 Episode 12 - "Incident at Quivira". Royal Dano walks into camp 'playing' an Anglo. Can't find a clip.
  12. Hi H__ If you like Gary Coover's Easy Anglo 123, you might appreciate Civil War Concertina. Many (most?) of the tunes are for 20 key Anglos.
  13. I don't know how it would ship, but in South America the is a tree named Ipe, the wood of which must be pre-drilled even for nails. The wood is known to Ben nails otherwise. A company called Woodworkers Source sells it, but I'm sure other outlets sell Ipe as well.
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